Friday, February 06, 2015

Have a relaxing weekend

Good afternoon, friends, and happy Friday! Are you pumped for the weekend? Any fun plans? The Grammys are this Sunday, which, as you know, is my favorite night of the year. And speaking of upcoming events, I've got some fun Valentine-themed posts planned for next week, so be sure to check back for that. In the meantime, I hope you all have a relaxing weekend, and here are my favorite finds from the wonderful Web...

Three words: Classic banana muffins.

These behind-the-scenes photos of the New York City Ballet are magical.

How-To: Use a mood board.

What a cute couples gift idea for Valentine's Day!

Dream Vacation: Iceland.

What a fun party idea.

This baked chicken parmesan looks delicious, doesn't it?

Emerald crush.

I'm loving Diana's Valentine's Day style.

"On choosing my husband daily."

Tiffany's wise words on keeping pace.

Can't believe this site exists!

Jimmy Fallon reunited the Saved by the Bell cast -- and it was hilarious!

Aww, check out these babies and cats...is there anything more adorable?

Score! 10 gifts that inspire creativity.

An entire Etsy store of state prints.

As it turns out, snow makes you a happier person.

Casting decisions that could have altered our favorite movies.

Oh, life before the Internet.

Amazing story of a boy trapped in his body for 12 years.

And as always, feel free to connect with me on Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube! See you there, friends! xoxo

2 comments:

  1. Yes to Iceland! I also loved Gwen Stefani's Grammy's outfit. Kanye completely disrespected Beck with his comments. He is the epitome of sore loser and isn't as groundbreaking as he thinks.

    xoxo,
    little luxury list formerly Chic 'n Cheap Living

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  2. the saved by the bell skit was epic!

    sorry for the delay on my guest post. i am going to work on it!!

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